Kimberly B. Dugan          rev. 8/09

 PUBLICATIONS:

 

Book:

Dugan, Kimberly. 2005. The Struggle Over Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Rights:  Facing Off in Cincinnati. New York: Routledge.

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Editor Reviewed Book Chapters:

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2008.  “Just Like You:  The Dimensions of Identity Deployment in an Antigay Contested Context.” Pp. 21-46 in Identity Work: Negotiating Sameness and Difference in Activist Environments.  Jo Reger,    Rachel Einwohner and Daniel J. Myers, editors. University of Minnesota Press.

 

Letterman, Margaret and Kimberly Dugan. 2008. “Student Appraisal of Collaborative Teaching.” College Teaching.  Winter Vol. 56:11-15.

                                                                 

Dugan, Kimberly B. and Jo Reger. 2006. “Voice and Agency in Social Movement Outcomes.”  Qualitative Sociology, Volume 29:467-484.

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2004. Strategy and “Spin”:  Opposing Movement Frames in an Anti-gay Voter Initiative.” Sociological Focus, 37:213-235.   

 

Letterman, Margaret and Kimberly Dugan.  2004. “Team Teaching a Cross-Disciplinary Honors Course Part I:  Preparation and Development” College Teaching. 52: 76-78. .

 

Taylor, Verta, Elizabeth Kaminski, and Kimberly Dugan. 2002. "From the Bowery to the Castro:  Communities, Identities, and Movements.” Pp. 99-114 in

Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies Diane Richardson and Steven

Seidman (editors).  London:  Sage Publications.

 

Reger, Jo and Kimberly Dugan. 2001. "Exploring Social Movement Theories through Interactive Exercise." Teaching Sociology, Volume 29, no. 3.

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2000. "The New Right."  Pp. 545-547 in Lesbian Histories and Cultures:  An Encyclopedia, Bonnie Zimmerman editor.  Garland Publishing Inc., New York: New York.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2000. "Heterosexism” Pp. 363-364 in Lesbian Histories and Cultures:  An Encyclopedia, Bonnie Zimmerman editor.  Garland Publishing

Inc., New York: New York.

 

McCrary, Michael, Kimberly Dugan, and Daniel Myers. 1996-1997. "Challenges to the Authority of Graduate Teaching Assistants." The Journal of Graduate Teaching Assistant Development. 4: 63-70.

 

Myers, Daniel J. and Kimberly B. Dugan.1996. "Sexism in Graduate School Classrooms: Consequences for Students and Faculty.” Gender and Society, 10: 330-350.

Dugan, Kimberly, Kevin Hynes, Karen Peters, Marijo Wunderlich, Francesca Giordano, and Lisa Baldwin.  1992. "A Change of Leaders:  Participation, Delegation, and Partnership Issues." Pps. 103-111 in Hans E. Klein (ed),  Forging New Partnerships with Cases, Simulations, Games and Other Interactive Methods.  WACRA (World Association for Case Method Research and Application): Needham, MA.

             

Hynes, Kevin., Karen Peters, and Kimberly Dugan.  1992.  "Theme Formation as a Case Study Design Issue:  Paradigm Partnerships, Power, and Praxis." Pps. 13-20 in Hans E. Klein (ed),  Forging New Partnerships with Cases, Simulations, Games and Other Interactive Methods.  WACRA (World Association for Case Method Research and Application): Needham, MA.

Book Reviews and Other Published Work:

Dugan, Kimberly. 2009.  [Book Review] Review of How the Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism, by Tina Fetner.  Mobilization: An International Journal.

 

Dugan, Kimberly and Mara Lieberman. 2006. “Our Adoption Story.” Common Ground. April, Vol. XXI, No. 1: 24.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2004. [Book Review]  Review of Wide Open Town:  A History of Queer San Francisco to 1965, by Nan Alamilla Boyd. Contemporary Sociology, 33: 692-693.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2003. [Book Review].  “Forging Gay Identities:  Organizing Sexuality in San Francisco, 1950-1994” by Armstrong, Elizabeth A.  Mobilization: An International Journal, 8: 354-355.

 

Dugan, Kimberly.  2001. [Book Review]:  Self, Identity, and Social Movements.  Sheldon Stryker, Timothy J. Owens, and Robert W. White (eds).  University of Minnesota Press, MN. Contemporary Sociology. 30: 588-589.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1998.  [Book review.]  Hate Crimes: New Social Movements and the Politics of Violence by Valerie Jenness and Kendal Broad.  Mobilization:  An International Journal, 3: 272-273.

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1998. [Book review.] "Reflecting on Lesbian Lives” Book Review of Dyke Life, From Growing Up to Growing Old, edited by Karla Jay. 1995.   Journal of Lesbian Studies, 2: 109-112.

Dugan, Kimberly B. and Jerry Lewis.  1988.  Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds, Final Report. Critical Mass Bulletin.  13:8-10.

 

Instructional Material:

Dugan, Kimberly. Forthcoming. Syllabus for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Lives. ASA Sociology of Sexualities Guide. Betsy Lucal, Andrea Miller and Heather Laube,     editors.  American Sociological Association: Washington, DC.  

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (Partial listing--present-1993):

Dugan, Kimberly B.  2009.  “Claims on Faith: The Gay Rights Movement Takes on Religion.” Paper presented at the Eastern Sociological Society annual meetings,        Baltimore, MD, March 20.

 

Dugan, Kimberly and Christina Dancy. 2009. “The History of the GLBT Movement” True Colors Conference. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, March 13.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. and Kelsy C. Burke. 2008. “Beyond Marriage: Christian Right Claims and Gay Rights Gains.”  Presented at the North Central Sociological               Association annual meetings, Cincinnati, Ohio March 27.

  

Dugan, Kimberly B. 2007. “Odd Timing”: Non-Discrimination Policy in the Wake of the Same Sex Marriage Battle.”  Presented at the Eastern Sociological Society         annual meetings, Philadelphia, PA., March 17.

Letterman, Margaret and Kimberly Dugan. 2006. “Appraisal and Assessment of Team Teaching Models.” Poster presented at the annual meetings of the Association for Psychological Science, Teaching Institute, New York City, May.

Dugan, Kimberly. 2005.  “Depictions of the ‘Other Side’: Identity Messages in an Antigay Contest” Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, Washington, DC, March.

Letterman, Margaret and Kimberly Dugan. 2003. “Team Teaching Assessment.” Paper presented at the Connecticut Consortium for the Enhancement of Learning, 9th Annual Conference, Teaching in Higher Education: Difficult Times or New Challenges? November 7, Capital Community College, Hartford Connecticut.

 

Dugan, Kimberly. 2003.  “Culture and Opportunities in Christian Right Anti-Gay Mobilization.” Paper presented at the Annual meetings of the American

Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA.  August.

 

Dugan, Kimberly. 2003. “The Christian Right and Homosexuality:  Identity Work in Antigay Organizing.”  Presented at the Midwest Sociological Society

annual meetings, Chicago, IL April 15-19.

 

Letterman, Margaret and Kimberly Dugan. 2002. Interdisciplinary Team Teaching.” Presented at the Connecticut Consortium for the Enhancement of

Learning, 8th Annual Conference: Teaching and Learning in Communities of Practice. Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT, November 1.

 

Dugan, Kimberly. 2001. “Fighting Words?:  Media Strategies in an Opposing Movement Context” Paper presented at the Eastern Sociological Society

annual meetings, Philadelphia Pa. March 1-4.

 

Reger, Jo and Kimberly Dugan. 2000.  Constructing a Salient Identity: Outcomes and Continuity in Two Social Movement Contexts.”  Paper presented at the

American Sociological Association annual meetings, Washington, D.C., August 12-16.

Dugan, Kimberly and Jo Reger. 2000.  “Collective Identity Salience in Grassroots Feminism and Contested Gay Rights.” Paper presented at the Eastern

Sociological Society annual meetings, Baltimore, MD March 2-5.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1999.  “Appealing Messages with Significant Consequence:  The Christian Right Mobilizes to Eliminate Gay Rights.”  Presented at the

Fall meeting of the New England Sociological Association, Northeastern University, Boston, MA., November 6.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1997.  Strategic Choices: Coalitions and Claims of the Religious Right and the Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Movement Over Discriminatory Legislation.  American Sociological Association, Annual Meetings, Toronto, Ontario August.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1996.  "Opposing Movement Interaction: The Framing of Issue 3." Paper     presented at the American Sociological Association, Annual Meetings. New York, New York, August 1996.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. 1995. "Is There Room for Homophobia within Humanist Sociology," Panel Discussion. Association of Humanist Sociology, Annual Meetings, Columbus, Ohio.  October.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B. and Michelle M. Fondell.  1994.  "Collective Identity and the Right:  A Case Study of Young Americans for Freedom". American Sociological Association, Annual Meetings. Los Angeles, California.  August.

 

Dugan, Kimberly B., Michelle Fondell, and Jason Van Doren. 1994.  "Extending Social   Movement Conceptions of Collective Identity to the Right:  An Examination of a Campus  Movement Organization".  North Central Sociological Association meetings,Columbus, Ohio, April 16.

 

Dugan, Kimberly and Daniel J. Myers. 1993.   "Social Influence:  A Focus on Gender in the University Classroom".  The Fourth National Conference on the Training and Employment of Graduate Teaching Assistants, Chicago, IL, November 1993.

 

McCrary, Michael D., Kimberly Dugan, and Daniel J. Myers.  1993. "The Role of Graduate Teaching Assistants:  Issues of Authority".  The Fourth National Conference on the Training and Employment of Graduate Teaching Assistants, Chicago, IL, November 1993.

 

Myers, Daniel J. and Kimberly B. Dugan.  1993.   "Male Generic Pronouns and Male Dominated Examples in Classrooms: Implications for Learning and Social Influence.   American Sociological Association, Annual Meetings.  Miami, FL,  August 1993.

 

Dugan, Kimberly. 1993.  "Participation in Antifeminist Countermovement Organizations:  The Case of One Midwestern University's Women Students.  North Central Sociological Association,  Annual Meetings   Toledo, OH, April 1993.

 

Myers, Daniel J. and Kimberly Dugan.  1993. "Gendered Classrooms:  A Qualitative Examination of Learning and Social Influence".  Seventh Annual Midwest Feminist Graduate Student Conference.  Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. February 14, 1993.